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Human Capacity Development Strategy and Activities in Indonesia and the Region. Ken OKANIWA Minister for Economic Affairs and Development Embassy of Japan in Indonesia. June 4, 2008. Today’s Topics. Japan’s Basic Objective of Student Exchange Plan to accept 100,000 Student

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human capacity development strategy and activities in indonesia and the region

Human Capacity Development Strategy and Activities in Indonesia and the Region

Ken OKANIWA

Minister for Economic Affairs and Development

Embassy of Japan in Indonesia

June 4, 2008

today s topics
Today’s Topics
  • Japan’s Basic Objective of Student Exchange
  • Plan to accept 100,000 Student
  • Japan’s New Policy
    • Asian Gate Way Initiative
    • Plan to accept 300,000 Student
  • Japan’s Activity in Indonesia
    • Embassy, JICA, JBIC, and Japan Funds in MDBs
japan s objective of student exchange
Japan’s Objective of Student Exchange
  • To promote mutual understanding between Japan and foreign countries and build human networks
  • To nurture Japanese students with global outlook and shape and open vibrant society
  • To internationalize Japanese universities and increase their international competitiveness
  • To make an intellectual contribution to the international community
plan to accept 100 000 international student
Plan to Accept 100,000 International Student
  • In 1983, Government of Japan presented “Plan to Accept 100,000 International Student in the early 21st century”
  • 1983: 10,428 students

2003: 109,508 students

2007: 118,498 students

Achieved !

New Policy

international students by region of origin
International Students by Region of Origin

Europe

3,307( 2.8%)

【1,191( 12.1%)】

North America

2,076( 1.8%)

【 171( 1.7%)】

Middle East

667( 0.6%)

【 398( 4.0%)】

Asia

109,291 (92.7 %)

【 6,743(68.3%)】

Africa

935( 0.8%)

【 520( 5.3%)】

South America

1,088( 0.9%)

【 659( 6.7%)】

Oceania

563( 0.5%)

【 187( 1.9%)】

As of May 1, 2006

Total: 117,927

Note: Figures in 【】show the number of Japanese Government scholarship students

acceptance of international students in major countries
Acceptance of International Students in Major Countries

Remaining far short of international standards

japan s new policy asian gate way initiative may 16 2007
Japan’s New Policy- Asian Gate Way Initiative -May 16,2007
  • Objectives of the Initiative

1. To incorporate Asia’s growing and vibrant economy into Japan and to achieve new “creativity and growth.”

2. To play a responsible role in the development of Asia and its regional order

3. To create a “beautiful country” which is attractive, trustworthy and respected

asian gate way initiative ten major policy priorities
Asian Gate Way InitiativeTen Major Policy Priorities

1. Change in aviation policy to achieve “Asian Open Skies”

2. Implement a program for streamlining trade measures

3. Restructure policy for foreign students for Japan to serve as a hub for human resource network in Asia

Maintain a certain share of international students worldwide (about five percent), and promote academic-industry collaboration to welcome international students. Also, strengthen overseas institutions to support potential students to come to Japan.

4. Further open up universities to the world

Target educational funds and improve evaluation of universities to become more international

5. Create a financial and capital market highly attractive to Asian customers

6. Transform agriculture into a successful growth industry during the time of globalization

7. Create an “Asian Gateway Special Zone”

8. Implement concrete policies in line with a comprehensive strategy for “creative industries”

9. Promote Japan’s attractiveness overseas

10. Strengthen Japan’s central role in promoting regional study and cooperation for solving common problems

japan s new policy 2
Japan’s New Policy 2
  • Policy Speech by Prime Minister Yasuo Fukuda to the 169th Session of the Diet (Jan 18, 2008)

We will formulate and implement a “Plan for300,000 Exchange Students," and will increase the number of highly capable foreign nationals at graduate schools and companies in Japan, through collaboration among industry, academia and the government.

japan s activities in indonesia
Japan’s Activities in Indonesia
  • Embassy(Gov. Scholarship)
  • Japan International Cooperation Agency

(JICA: Grant and T.A. Project)

  • Japan Bank for International Cooperation

(JBIC: ODA Soft Yen Loan Project)

and

  • Japan Funds in MDBs
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Japanese Government Scholarship

Number of International Students

(2007)

Indonesia

  • Japanese Gov. has offered scholarship for Indonesian students since 1943.
  • Around 4,000 Indonesian students have been to Japan as Japanese Gov. scholars.
number of training participants through jica grant project
Number of Training participants through JICA Grant Project

* Japanese Fiscal Year 2006(Apr.1 2006- Mar.31, 2007)

** Including participants under on-going courses

Indonesia

  • Started the first dispatch in 1956
  • Top recipient country of training scheme
number of scholarship long term training participants through jica grant project
Number of Scholarship (Long-Term Training) participants through JICA Grant Project

* Japanese Fiscal Year 2006(Apr.1 2006- Mar.31, 2007)

** Including participants under on-going courses

fellowship by oda loan 1 objectives

Fellowship by ODA Loan (1)~Objectives~

Until now, more than 1000 fellows have studied in Japan entitled

①PHRDP(Professional Human Resource Development Project)

Based on the National Medium-term Development Plan (RPJM), national and local government staffs are dispatched to Japan to study several policy-related issues (Policy Management, Economic Development, Enhancement of Science and Technologies, Decentralization, etc.)

②Capacity Building for each universities

Lecturers are dispatched to Japanese Universities (Master course, Doctor course) to skill up their teaching/research abilities.

fellowship by oda loan 2 phrdp
Fellowship by ODA Loan (2)~PHRDP~
  • In 1989, Fellowship by ODA Loan started by “Science and Technology Manpower Development Program.
  • This project was followed by “PHRDP”

(On-going Phase III: US$ 90mil)

  • Until now, more than 900 fellows have been dispatched to Japan by this kind of program.
  • After studying in Japan, Fellows usually went back to their previous post in their government institute. They have contributed to the enhancement of the personal quality and policy management ability (Promotion of Decentralization, improvement of Governance).
fellowship by oda loan 3 capacity building for each universities
Fellowship by ODA Loan (3)~ Capacity Building for each universities~
  • Up to now, more than 100 fellows

from 6 Indonesian universities

have studied in Japan.

1994~01Syiah Kuala University

1995~00Institute of Technology

in Bandung

1996~97Bogor Agricultural University

1999~01Gadjah Mada University

2006~    Syarif Hidayatullah State

Islamic University (on-going)

2008~    Hasanuddin University (on-going)

  • After studying in Japan, they went back to their universities and work as professor or lecturer.
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Terima kasih !

Japan

Indonesia